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'''Kirpal Singh''' (6 February 1894 – 21 August 1974) was a spiritual master (''satguru''). He was born in India, in a simple rural house, in the western part of Punjab which now belongs to Pakistan. He earned his living as a government officer until his retirement and then he moved to Delhi where he founded his spiritual school Ruhani Satsang with its headquarters at Sawan Ashram. He was the President of the “World Fellowship of Religions”, an organization recognized by UNESCO, which had representatives from all the main religions of the world. He wrote numerous books, many of which have been translated into numerous languages. His basic teachings consist in establishing contact with God into expression power, called Word in the Bible, Naam, Shabd, Om, Kalma etc. in the other scriptures. The discipline of universal character taught by him is at the base of the spiritual experience which gave origin to all the main religions that have resisted...
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Birth date6 February 1894
Birth placeSyed Kasran, Punjab Province (British India)|Punjab, British India
Death date21 August 1974
Death placeNew Delhi, Delhi, India
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